Our Hiram, GA client was more focused on aesthetics. She desired convenient growing spaces in her backyard, which essentially consisted of a steep slope. Retaining walls were built to create spaces for easy-access annual plantings on the slope, and another retaining wall 'platform' was put in place with five Bounty Beds . Goats, rabbits and chickens are kept in the backyard for eggs, fertilizer and land management. Housing structures for the animals were built and a barn and pasture to allow the animals (and future donkeys!) more grazing is under way as I write this. Sheet mulching was utilized for the garden area below the chickens and goats, so that nutrients from the animals naturally enrich the area below. Although this initially was a backyard design, it can now also be considered a large property/farm design with the current addition of a barn and pasture land.